Unsung Hero of the Rodeo: Buckley Learned A Lot From Eber Perry

Unsung Hero of the Rodeo: Buckley Learned A Lot From Eber Perry

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Eber Perry and Charlie Furman raised horses in the Taber-Vauxhall area in the early 1900's. Eber's grandson, Frank Buckley worked for his grandfather as a cowboy rounding up horses on the free range, bringing them in for branding and selling.

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